Monthly Archives: June 2011

Salvation Boulevard

This looks hilarious:

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Georgia may get IGWT license plates

Here we go again.  Georgia has decided it’s time to redesign the state’s license plates, and to help pick the new design, they’re enlisting the help of the online community. They’re posting six designs on a state website for netizens … Continue reading

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Allah, Liberty, and Love – Chapter One

[I’m blogging my thoughts chapter-by-chapter on Irshad Manji’s Allah, Liberty and Love: The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom. Manji is an outspoken activist for Muslim reform, and the author of the influential The Trouble with Islam Today, a book I … Continue reading

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Podcast #125 – Sex and Secularism

We interview researchers Dr. Darrel Ray and Amanda Brown about “Sex and Secularism,” their recently released survey of the sex lives of thousands of non-theists. Some of the answers may surprise you.  To download the survey visit IPCPress.com. Also, be … Continue reading

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Tim Minchin in Atlanta!

Finally finally finally Australian comedian/musician/skeptic/atheist Tim Minchin is coming to America.  We have tickets to see his July 14th show in Atlanta, and we are stoked.  If you’ve never heard of Minchin, just Google him or look on YouTube.  Check … Continue reading

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Atheists still at the bottom with voters

Oy.  A new Gallup poll asked potential voters about how their views of qualified presidential candidates would be affected by various incidental demographic qualities.  The question was: “If your party nominated a generally well-qualified person for president, who happened to … Continue reading

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Southern Baptists affirm the existence of Hell

Rob Bell musta touched a nerve!  The Southern Baptist Convention has just issued a declaration reaffirming the existence of Eternal Damnation at the hands of a supposedly All-Loving God.

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Yahoo Sponsored Links FAIL

From yesterday’s news:

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Allah, Liberty, and Love – Introduction

[Starting today, I’ll be blogging my thoughts chapter-by-chapter on Irshad Manji’s Allah, Liberty and Love: The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom. Manji is an outspoken activist for Muslim reform, and the author of the influential The Trouble with Islam Today, … Continue reading

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Billboard company requires Christian insurance

The Central Arkansas Coalition for Reason wanted to run bus ads similar to the ones that have run in other cities over the last couple of years. Their ad would have said “Are you good without God.” Trouble is the … Continue reading

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